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That is only up to $5K per calender year.

Storme said: [Q]Citigroup

80% tuition reimbursement on any AA/BA and mba in business

Citigroup offers up to 80% of a limit of $5K per calender year on approved coursework.

They do, however, offer a free MIS program from Stephens College (NJ) that is taught on site (NYC and NY locations). You have the option of extending it into an MBA.

Not too shabby.

-skeet

TannerP said: [Q]Does anyone have any experience with Citigroup's program? What are the terms? Do they support executive mba programs, etc.

anyone heard about Target/Brooks/CVS/Walgreens and all those stores where a pharmacy is there?

Hewitt Associates does something like 50% up to $5,000/yr but more can be taken in one year and counted toward future years.

Wells Fargo Bank

Part Time Classification (17.5 - 30 hours)
- $2500.00 max per calender year
- Does not count as taxable income, since it is reimbursement! <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-wink.gif" border=0>

Full Time Classification (30 - 40 hours)
- $5000.00 max per calender year
- Does not count as taxable income

Requirements depend on which option you select on the application, but as follows:
1) Whether you are undergraduate or graduate, almost 99% of majors can be reimbursed, if you select that you are in school to obtain a degree.
2) You are in school to pursue knowledge in a field/position other than your current one (if so, what position...)
3) Business related

There are about 3 more that branch off from "going to school to get another position," but these are the ones that are most often selected.

If you select #1, you have to provide a degree study sheet that shows the course(s) you are taking are indeed to fulfill a major.


There are plenty of school districts (at least in NY) that offer full tuition reimbursement since it's a requirement to complete your Master's soon after gaining employment. I'm not sure if the reimbursement covers all degrees, however. It must relate to the classroom.

vonNezzy said: [Q]Charter One/Citizens Bank pays $2500 annual for part time, $4000 for full time, $5000 for graduate study. Must be business related or for part of a business-related degree program.

How do you go to school full time while working for them full time as well?

The government of the united states.

Depending on which department you work for unlimited, but you can usually get at least 4,000 per year in grad school

a529612 said: [Q]vonNezzy said: [Q]Charter One/Citizens Bank pays $2500 annual for part time, $4000 for full time, $5000 for graduate study. Must be business related or for part of a business-related degree program.

How do you go to school full time while working for them full time as well?

I guess how someone does FT/FT depends on their schedule. This could be my wording too, up to $4000 for full time employees whether they are going to school PT or FT.

Disney(Parks & Resorts...don't know about ABC or affiliates) - 100% of Costs - No Limit but for FT Hourly and Salaried Employees Only (Must average 32hrs worked each quarter). You also must pay for the tuition yourself and not have scholarships or other financial aid to cover the tuition.

up

Anyone get any of the jobs discussed or anything? I'm curious.

Also, I went to a UPS group interview. It is definitely not worth it, or maybe just not at the Secaucus location.

For starters you have to pay a starting union "initiation" fee of $340 which is deducted $20/week from your pay. Your starting pay is $8.50 an hour already and you only work 3.5 hours a day for 5 days a week. The HR lady said expect a take home pay of $80/week after taxes and union dues. After the initial union fee, 2 hours of pay a month is deducted to pay your monthly union dues.

The only benefit of the job is healthcare coverage. If you are a student this is not the ideal job for summer because they require a 6 month commitment. The $3000 scholarship only applies to certain schools, Rutgers is not on that list so the "scholarship" is limited. The majority of the schools the HR lady listed were technical schools, not fully accredited colleges.

The working conditions are not great either, we went on a tour of the building to see sweaty people everywhere working at a extremely fast pace sorting packages, loading/unloading trucks.

I strongly suggest somewhere else if you were looking at the UPS job.

ChoicePoint (CPS) offers tuition reimbursement, they also pay for learning materials and test fees to get professional certs, a great company to work for that encourages employees to be all that they can be.

you can find jobs at www.choicepoint.com they have about 50 offices around the country.

Since this was just bumped and I have a new job.

Coca-Cola Enterprises (largest Coke bottler in US/Europe) offers 2,000 per year reimbursement for all fees, tuition, and books for undergraduate and 4,000 per year for graduates.

Home depot: 50% reimbursement from day of employment for tuition, books, and registration fees for approved coursework at regionally accredited colleges, universities, and post-secondary technical schools. Max benefit is $5000 a year (10,000 in expenses)

aaronpk said: [Q]ChoicePoint (CPS) offers tuition reimbursement, they also pay for learning materials and test fees to get professional certs, a great company to work for that encourages employees to be all that they can be.

you can find jobs at www.choicepoint.com they have about 50 offices around the country.

LOL! <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif" border=0> <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif" border=0>

WTF ARE YOU TRYING TO KID??? don't they encourage their employees to not conduct proper research on whom they are selling sensitive data to?

CarMax reimburses up to $1500/yr for part time employees and $2500/yr for full time. Employee is eligible on day one.

Discover Card

Tuition and books (up to $9,600 yearly, I think) if majoring in a business-related subject (fairly lenient, for example, Math counts).

Payback is 100% if within the last year - no tiered system.

Wells Fargo Bank - Max $5,000/year for full time employees. Must be business related.

GE Pays 100% of Tuition & Books if you get a B or better I believe. Also, you have to agree to a comittment to GE for some period of time. Only applies to full time employees and must have your manager's approval. A friend of mine has completed an MBA @ University of Chicago...cost over $80,000 and GE Picked up the whole tab.

Anyone know about ABN-AMRO (Lasalle)??

Thanks


M&T BANK pays for upto 16 credit hours per year(no limit on amount). They will pay 100% for an A, 90% for a B, and 75% for a C. Any employee of M&T Bank is eligable, regardless of hours worked, but you have to have worked for the bank for at least 1 year to be eligable.


nodeel said: [Q]GE Pays 100% of Tuition & Books if you get a B or better I believe. Also, you have to agree to a comittment to GE for some period of time. Only applies to full time employees and must have your manager's approval. A friend of mine has completed an MBA @ University of Chicago...cost over $80,000 and GE Picked up the whole tab.

GE pays for all my part time school. I front, they reimburse, however, there is no obligation to work for GE after they reimburse. Sweet dea.

FedEx Ground/Home Delivery - Offers tuition reimbursement to non-salaried employees irrespective of the classes one takes, but if you're a salaried employee it can only be classes that have to do with FedEx(business,marketing,etc...). The Limit I believe is 2,000.

HOME DEPOT

Home Depot has updated their tuition reimbursement policy. It is only available to full-time and salaried employees (not available to part-timers) and is only available to those employees AFTER they have been with the company for one year.

It offers UP TO $5000 a year (up to $2000 for each fall and spring semesters, up to $1000 for summer semester) on APPROVED courses within APPROVED majors (in other words you need to first have a major that is approved to qualify for reimbursement, and then have to take an approved class within that major to get any type of reimbursement). Reimbursement may be provided for tuition and books.

Those who were with the company before this change took place a few months ago have been grandfathered in under the old tuition reimbursement rules.

New policy does not look very promising for new employees.

Can anyone provide a timeframe of eligibility for Best Buy?

Edit: Also looking for information on CitiGroup/CitiBank (i.e. does this apply for CitiBank branch employees? PT/FT? Eligiblity timeframe?) Thanks!

Anyone have more info on the bank of america tuition reimbursement?

nasshea said: [Q]Anyone have more info on the bank of america tuition reimbursement?

Kudos

partialinsomniac said: [Q]Can anyone provide a timeframe of eligibility for Best Buy?

Edit: Also looking for information on CitiGroup/CitiBank (i.e. does this apply for CitiBank branch employees? PT/FT? Eligiblity timeframe?) Thanks!

Citibank(non-branch) offered up to $3000/year tuition reimbursement to part-timers. This was around 3 years ago.

Coca-Cola
This program provides employees an opportunity to acquire knowledge and expertise through approved outside study that contributes to employees' success at The Coca-Cola Company. Key components of this program include:

All active, regular full-time and part-time employees of The Coca-Cola Company who are based in, or are on international assignment to the United States are eligible to participate.


New employees are eligible to participate from the date of employment (does not cover classes enrolled in at time of hire).


Tuition Aid Program provides 100% reimbursement of tuition, covered fees and books up to $6,000 per year for full-time and $3,000 per year for part-time.


Courses taken at a college located in the United States and nationally accredited by a U.S. accrediting agency will be considered for approval if they earn college credit hours and either lead to a degree or are considered by the employee's manager to be related to the business of The Coca-Cola Company. Please note: prior to enrolling in a course, an employee must gain approval from current manager.

I live in San Jose, CA. Does anyone have any info on HP's tuition reimbursement policy? Thanks in advance!

Sogeti, an IT consulting firm (part of Capgemini Group of companies) pays $10,000 Tuition Reimbursement for all Full time employees

On my recent interview with Citibank for a full time position I was told tuition reimbursement was available after working at the company for 1 year and that is was up to $6,000. I don't know if they require you to make a commitment to the company if you utilize the tuition reimbursement program but it still is not a bad offer. Also, in the Pennsylvania area Citibank does not offer part time teller positions although this may not be the case in other regions.



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